Which country has count Dracula castle?
Romania Vlad Dracula was actually a Wallachian warlord who fought against the Turkish invaders during the 15th century. The name Dracula came from his father who also fought the Turks; Dracul meant Dragon (from a German order of knights) hence Vlad Dracula "son of the dragon". Vlad had a passion for impaling his enemies on huge stakes and picked up the catchy nickname of Tepes - the Impaler. Vlad was a little psychotic and regularly took to having his dinning table placed outside near the dying so that he could watch the show whilst having dinner. On one occasion there were so many impaled enemies hanging around that the area became known as the "Forest of the Impaled". Despite his cruel and savage reputation Vlad Tepes is a national hero, remembered for defending Romania against the invading Ottoman Empire and references to him can be found all over Romania. I Don't Know Sucker! lol
Christopher Lee has played Dracula in 10 films as of 1976 according to IMDB 1. Dracula - Count Dracula - 1958 2. Dracula: Prince of Darkness - Dracula - 1966 3. Dracula Has Risen from the Grave - Dracula - 1968 4. Count Dracula - Count Dracula - 1970 5. Taste the Blood of Dracula - Dracula - 1970 6. One more Time - Dracula - 1970 7. Scars of Dracula - Dracula - 1970…
What well known book did Bram Stoker write and which other European country was the main character from?
It is from the 1931 film, DRACULA, and it is said by Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula during the theater scene when Dracula meets Mina & Lucy. : Count Dracula: To die, to be really dead, that must be glorious! : Mina: Why, Count Dracula! : Count Dracula: There are far worse things awaiting man than death.
You generally find Count Dracula is introduced in movies when he first opens the door to Jonathan Harker at Castle Dracula. It is always a dramatic way to initiate the appearance of such a sinister character. This has happened right from the beginning when the silent film Nosferatu was made. Right through to Bela Lugosi standing on top of the steps, and Gary Oldman and his sweeping gestures inviting Harker in: "Count Dracula?" He bowed…
When Dracula first appears in the novel by Bram Stoker, he is described as "...clad in black from head to foot, without a single speck of colour about him anywhere." He is also described by Jonathan Harker as wearing a cloak "...spreading out around him like great wings" when the Count is seen crawling down the wall of the castle.
he is a guy in the movie called van helsing actor by Hugh jackman he was the one who murdered count dracula by changing into a werewolf and after he killed count dracula dracula was given a 2nd life and this time he change into a werewolf dracula reveals that he was acutally left hand of God,archangel Gabriel he murders again count dracula by transfroming into a werewolf
Castlevania's Dracula is loosely based on Count Dracula and the historical figure Vlad Tepes (pronounced te-pesh) the Impaler. Dracula is castlevania is more like a spellcaster and demon and the Count Dracula in the novel is a bit more 'regal and aristocratic.' They bear similar personalities, however. You don't here Count Dracula in the novel using moves like hellfire and demonic megiddo, anyway! :)